Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho on September 13, 1955 · Page 3
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State Fair Doors Swing Open The Journal'* Idaho Neu-« Service BLACKFOOT-The Eastern' Idaho state Fair opened today under a sunny sky and with a promise of near perfect wcalher through Saturday. A 15-block-long parade through the business district launched the giant Autumn show of products of the land and industry. There was excitement at the grounds beginning early in the morning with the judging of exhibits and awarding of prizes. A record number of animals have been entered and most exhibit buildings are overflowing. A highlight 'of afternoon events were the horse pulling, horse races and j'oulh talent, show for 4-11 club and Future Farmers and Home makers of America. The "State Fair Revue of 1955' will begin at 8 p.m. on the grand- 34 New Teachers Begin ISC Duties Thlrfy-fonr new members of the Idaho State . college faculty and staff were introduced to (heir colleagues by President Carl W. Me- Inlosh yesterday afternoon at a general faculty meeting. They will meet their classes for the first time next Monday. A coffee hour at the home of President and Mrs. Mclntosn, 341 South Seventh, followed the meet Culver City Asks Probe CULVER CITV, Calif. (UP)-City councilman today sought a "lull-scale investigation" by (he House Unamerican Activities Committee of Communist activities here. Councilmen voted 4-1 last night to seek the investigation after Mayor Curtis J, Davis said there had been "secret me'etings of Communist cells over a period of years" in Ihe city. He said (hat Communist literature also has been distributed in the city as recently as Aug. 31. Councilmen sent copies of the resolution requesting the invest!gallon to Senators William B. Knowland and Thomas Kuchel of California, Representatives Donald Jackson, James Roosevelt, Francis Walter and Clyde Doyle; and J. Edgar Hoover of the FBI. Culver City is part of Ihe congressional district represented by Roosevelt. Culver city is about 10 miles west of downtown Los Angeles. M-G-M studios are located in (he city. let's Cool Off LOS ANGELES (UP)--The worst heat wave in history ended Friday but city councilmen haven't · forgotten it. Couacllmen Gordon R. Hahn and Earle D. Baker yesterday recommended that the city hall be air conditioned at a cost of about 11,300,000. ing. Tomorrow evening the new faculty members and their wives or husbands will be honor guests at a dinner in Gravelcy hall tearoom sponsored by the Facully Women's club. New ISC faculty and staff members are: Deun of women, Miss Clara Olncss; head r e s i d e n t Gravcley hall, girls' dormitory, Mrs. Franklin B. Smith. Agriculture--Dr. Clarence Hulet, instructor; art--John B. Davis, associate professor and department head; Raymond E. Obcrmayr, instructor; Botany -- William Emmelt Saul, instructor; business -Dr. Shin chcng Yu, assistant professor; Arthur B. HDlabald, Jr., Dr. Kehar Singh Sangha, instructors; Leslie Fishman, instructor In business and economics. Chemistry, L o u ' i s Gachic, In- sfruclor; educalion -- Dr. Lloyd Drury, as-si-iant professor ; Mrs. Vineita Eppley, instructor; Mrs. Joan Todd, instructor in education and social science; School of Trade and Industrial Education, David lllakely Dowd, instructor in elec- triciiy. English -- Miss Charlotte" Koorn- John, Miss Kay Sterling, Howard Hamilton White, Instructors; his- iory--Dr. Glenn E. Tylor, instruc- :or; home economics--Miss Katherine S. Duroe, assistant professor; Miss Eslhcr Sailee, instructor; library--John W. Borden, circulation librarian; mathematics and physics--Thomas G. Burgess, assistant. Military science and tactics :apt. Gerald A. Corwin, 1st. LI. Raoul R. Ashbey, assistant professors; SFC. David A. Hamilton, instructor; nursing -- Mrs. Palricia R. McKillip, instructor. Pharmacy -- Donald E, Green, n s t r u c t o r i n pharmaceutical chemistry; physical education, iVilliam Leo McKillip, assistant football and track .coach, instruc- or in physical education; physics -Ellas Smith Murphy, Jr., instruc- *r. · Psychology--Paul M. Hurst Jr. and Mrs. Ruth Holm Wells, instructors: speech--IVilliam N. Cor)in, instructor; Zoology -- Donald H. Burgess, assistant. stand arena stage. It Is to be pack- br ed with dancing, comedy and hit tunes, according (o its Chicago producers, The nlghlly shows ol past fairs here have always been big drawing card. Slrip tickets for general admissions lo the fairgrounds may still be obtained from members of civic groups and fair officials for five for $1.50. This makes a saving of $1 on five lickets. In Pocatello the Chamber of Commerce Is selling the strip tickets. Fairgrounds open dally at 9 a.m. and close at 11 p.m. Tomorrow's events begin with home economics judging upstairs in the grandstand, 4-H club, livestock judging in the beet arena, open class sheep, holstein cattle d duroe swine Judging. From 9:30 a.m. to noon 'there will be judging of lighl horses all Bancroft GOC Seeks Recruits The Journal's Idaho News Service BANCROKT _ With the many students returning to school, the Bancroft Ground Observers Corps Is asking for more adult recruits in order to keep a 24-hour watch here. Sgt. M. R. Stephens thanked the people of Bancroft in behalf of the Air Force for their work in the GOC. He said that Bancroft has built up the reputation of being one of the best GOC stations in the state. He asked for more recruits. Two people traveled to Florida to attend the National Ground Observers convention. They were Zona Gale Bird of Jerome and Harold Hayes of Bancroft. Hayes spoke on Ills experiences while in Florida, and of his seeing the fire poiver demonstration. He said that approximately 20,000 persons attended the convention, at which time a demonstration of bomb explosives were shown and the destruction which can come in a matter of seconds where communities arc not alerted by GOC networks. :eeds, shorthorn and hercford cattle, the pulling teams and two junior style reviews oti stages In grandstand. Al 1 p.m. K i l l be (lie 4-H trncior driving contest on the race track Infield; 1:30 p.m., 4-U weed identification contest In 4-K room under grandstand and senior home economics demonstration contest up- nire In grandstand. Also at 1:30 p.m. (he afternoon program begins in the grandstand with western pleasure class horse performances and iiorse pulling teams from 2950 lo 3200 pounds. At 2 p.m. the race-3 begin, while 4-H forestry identification and 4-1! talent show gets under way. Races Include Western stock and other light breeds, women's pleasure class with English equipment, chariot races, Arabian class, Becker's sheep dog act. Afternoon show ends at 3:35. At 7:30 will be the Arabian cosluiiie class, four-horse hitches and exhibition driving by an eight-horse hitch belonging to n national beer company. At B p.m. the Stale Fair Rome of 1S55. Judge Names Trio In Gas Line Action District Judge Henry F. McQuade :ios appointed three commissioners (o assess damages that svill be sustained by Ellis Lloyd when the Pacific Northwest Pipeline Corp. goes through his 320-acre farm near Trace. They arc Milton Smith, Soda Springs; Fred Cooper and Lloyd Burton, both of Grace. McQuades's order was an early ;lcp taken in the case of a condemnation suit brought by the pipe ine corporation against Ellis Lloyd Punta Arenas, at Ihe exlremi end of Patagonia, on the Strait: of Magellan, is the soulhernmos city in Ihe world. A. F. to Open P-TA Sessions The Journal's Idaho Nc\vi Service AMERICAN FALLS- American Fall-s Parents-Teacher association will have ils first meeting Monday night, according to Mrs. Frank- L. Harms, president. Committees were named last week by (he executive board members. Membership c h a i r m a n is Mrs. John Kuglor ii-illt committee members Mrs. Frank Armindson, Mrs. Del Davis, and Mrs. Doris Lindley, Program chairman is Mrs. A. J. Vollweiler, committee members Mrs. Earl Alherton. Mrs. Alvln Kranzler, Bnyd Waller, diaries Abshirc, and Joe Allen. Hospitality chairman is Mrs; Fred Tiedi, committee members Mrs. Ray Burge, Mrs. Colleen Wilskc, A. E. Alcllvccn, and Ted Gcesey. Magazine chairman is .Mrs. Harold Serpa with Mrs. Loren Shcr- benou. / Boom mothers chairman is Mrs. Gene Madden. Hcatch commitlce chairman is Mrs. Robert Lee assisted by Mrs. Sterling Schow and Mrs. Ronald Farley. In charge of publicity is Mrs. William Clemens and Mrs. Wilbur Sweet. / -. \ · -.,,, v_J A for the first time, since Repeal... A limited supply of 6 YEAR OLD H OLD ERMITAGE / BRAND KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY ' After six enriching years, Old ^Hermitage tj at tie peak of iu flavor.) Now you'll diick this great boorboa, Viti more plea rare, serve it witti more' pride-rtut piy the same 13 bcforeT 3 OLD HERMITAGE BRAND KENTUCKYSTRAICHT BOURBON WHISKEY H E R M I T A G E HARRY K. EBY School Relations Export U. S. Scoufer To Confer Here llni-ry K. Kby, national director of schuol relationships for the Boy Scouts of America, will explore Boy Scout-school relationships here today and tomorrow' wllh Seoul leaders and school administrators According; lo scout leaders here, Eby will work with s t a f f members and committees (o learn the present extent of school and Parent- Teacher association relationships, with a view lo increasing Inch- effectiveness. From Ihe national council office in New llrunswlck, N. J., Eby is including Pocalello In an 11-day swine through this area. lie will also meet with Scout and school lenders in Dulle, Mont., Portland, Seattle, Tacomn, Aberdeen, Wnsh. ami Olympia, Wash, Kby hus worked in scouting professionally for 32 years. He served 12 years on the executive staff oi the Chicago council and for ten years before taking his prtcsenl jc he served as national director of rolunlclr training. Goes Into Mothballs LONDON (UP) - The British battleship "Vanguard," world's heaviest armed vessel, will Join the mothball fleet, (he Admiralty an nounccd Monday. Peron is Stronger BUENOS AIRES, Argentina(UP)-_Gov. Carlos Aloe of Buenos Aires Province said Monday that President Juan D. Peron "never was stronger and surer Ihnn nos IDAHO STATE JOURNAL Tussdax, September 13, 1S«-J Judge Calls 50 To Jury Duty District Judge Henry '. Me- iimle has summoned SO residents to serve nn juries during MB term of court beginning Monday. They are Hnrvoy W, Adams. Route 2 N o r t h ; Klhel Aldous 735 South Third; ],. Forgo Wells, 23-1 Soiilli JS'lnelecnlli; n. n. Willecke 151 Foothill; Walter K. Willis, 348 North Thirteenth; George W. Allen, 320 West Carter; Newell C. Anderson, 925 East Walnut. V. L. Bloom, 275 Wayne; Antonio Comastri, 334 North Klcvcndi; l.eo- noi-a Connelly, Koiilc 2 North- Carl C. Delson, 132 SouIJi Jnlmsnn- Chnrlcs A. Duckworth, lf,7 Roosevelt; Henry Kdeen, 956 West Clark- C. K. Foster, H7.1 Yellowstone; Jo- sc-pli L. Glaiu'hci(,i, 825 East l,nn- der. Sirs. T. fi. Gooderli.im, 420 North Garfield; Mrs. Willijim Gordon, 222 North Eighth; Fn.vo A. Jla°,i- niond, 311 South Johnson; Howard V. Jones, 833 South Arthur; Alex Katsilomcles, G37 North Seventh- Josephine Kcrr, COS South Sixth.' Riclinrd K. .Maynnrd, 1050 Knst Lovejoy; Mrs. Ann Mllnor, 1257 North llnn-lson; Aad I,. .Nichols, Belvedere Apartments; .Margarel -N'iclson, 32 Howard Ave.; Wanlyn Oliver, 612 South Sixth; D. E, 01- scn, l l l f l North Garfield; \Vllford Pnrrls, 605 Morth Twelfth; Arvid Peterson, 757 South Ninth. W. L. Phillips, 856 West Lander; Harold Schultz, 1234 North Hayes; E. F. Trout, 630 North Garfield; Raymond R. Valcnl, 231 South Fourth; Mrs, Myrtle Blair, Asa tlnvrls, A. II. Wagoner, oil of McCammon; John Avmyon, W, E. Hill and Ed Wllllnms, all of Lava Hot Springs; B. T. Bloxham, Edward L. ilones, Edwin J. Giimmcr- snll. Hobcrl D. Smith, and H. L. Wilding, all of Downey; Charles Fink, Victor Seamons, Arlmo-, Harry Ponzo, Tyhcc, and Willis niclmrrtson, Inkom. RUMMAGE SALE THURS.-FRI.-SAT. Sopl. 15, 16, 17 it 8:30 i,m. Sponsored by: L. D. S, 15ih WARD Would you take just 3 nights . .". 2 hours eacrTntghl . . INCREASE YOUR SALES -every day from now on? 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Now at a very low special selling price you can get the guaranteed satisfaction of famous Simmons qual- ityl Imagine the luxurious comfort, high styling, ond quality construction you get in this modern, versatile Irving-sleeping value--with trie superb cotnfort of long-wearing foam rubber cushions! Modem styling and o new fabric in smart decorator colors harmonize with any room scheme. And the easy-fo-open link fixture encloses a full size innerspring mattress. Save $80 now--and enjoy a lifetime of lounge comfort. (L ONLY 10% DOWN ON WARDS MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN OPEN MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. Arecenlnation-widesur- voy showed that nt least 19 million Americans would liko to know raoro about investing in stocks. This advertisement explains how and why dividends aro paid. Wa hope you'll find it informative, and worthwhile. What are dividends... who gets 'em?, 1- Dividends ore the reliirn you get from a company when you own ita stock. You can't be sure of getting them, and, of course, they may vary from year to year. However, 2f!8 common Blocks listed on Iho New York Stock Exchange Imvo paid dividends in ck'ery year for 25 years or mo». 2. Who decjdas \t they'll be paid? Tlmt'a tho job of tlio company's board of directors. As a slmro owner, you havo tho right to vote and help elect those, directors. 3 Dividends torn* from profit*. A company, liko a family, earns · certain amount and spoil as most of it meeting expense*. What's loft over if the profit which may ha used /or Uia paymant of divf- ponds to iliara owners. Ol court*. aomwyertm «'ebmpany'n«y'iib« earn any profits at all or may even operate at a loss. Poms years, most or all of the profit* may go into expansion. . x a n g e have been paying recently. These cas v i e n s ' n c u n g extra dividends) paid for the year ending Juno 30, 1955: Ml paid 6% of more; 201 paid 6% to 6%; 288 paid 4% lo 5%: 130 paid 3% to 4%; 95 paid 2% to 3%:. 49 paid under 2%; 116 paid no dividends at all. -Before you Inveif, gel lh« focti. Investing is a serious business. Stocks can go down as wellas up, So before you invest, bo sure you havo adequate savings to cushion you and your family against emergencies. And bo certain, too, to get tho help of a partner or a registered representative of a Member Firm of tho New York Stock Exchange. Ho can supply you with information about the 1,622 common and preferred stocks and the 739 corporal* bonds listed on the Exchange. Hs'll be glad to help you plan * balanced investment program -including both stocks and bonds if you desire. His information and odvico won't cost you a penny. OWN YOUR SHARE OP AMERICAN BUSINESS Mil BOOKLET loll, you how (o buy or sell stocks, dividends particular stacks havo paid, and about tho DOW p a y · a s - you - go Monthly Investment Plan. Foe rr« copy of lha now revised edition ol Investment Facts, write, phone on call on any Member Firm of ch« Slock Exchnnge. Or writo directly to (ha Now York Stock Exchange. Dept 1-P, P.O. Box 252, Now York B, Now York. Members and Member Firms of the NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 1 I 1 ! 1 j 1 i Hill to your loci) Mimbir Firm erf Ih.j Sto:* EuMnit, or Km Ywk Stock Eichann, D-pl. If, P.O. Box SS2, Ne*Ycr« 5, H.Y. ntitt itnd m. my (r« tan M Utt mil Uiilo.i ol hmtmit FMfe, Ni M r tin · '·; tTiTt I j I 1 '1 i · 5 'i 1 ! 1

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